Aislelabs is proud to announce that we have won an award at the annual National Retail Awards this past weekend.
Held in Halifax at Saint Mary’s University, the Sobey School of Business holds the annual National Retail Innovation Awards to recognize outstanding organizations for their work within the retail space. On November 2nd, 2018 they honoured Aislelabs with the 2018 Retail Technology Innovation award for our enterprise-grade products. Aislelabs Flow and Connect are our flagship products providing companies and retailers with unrivalled business intelligence.
Aislelabs Flow provides actionable insights on visitors inside and outside of venues. Visualize first time vs. repeat visitors, customer loyalty, dwell times, walking paths, real-time heatmaps, and the complete conversion funnel. Set and compare the performance of your campaigns.
Connect engages customers at a personal level by offering one-click access to your free WiFi via Facebook, Twitter, email and other popular social sites. Gain actionable insights into who your customers are, including their age, gender, location, interests, and what they like, all within the Aislelabs Connect platform. Monetize your guest WiFi and create multi-channel marketing campaigns with email, SMS, and social posts. Conduct targeted digital advertising for select customer groups. Use rule-based marketing platform for real-time personalized communication.
The Sobey School of Business is the only Canadian university centre focusing on retailing and services. The David Sobey Centre helps Canadian retailers shape a strong future through focused multidisciplinary research and programs.
A leading source of expertise pertaining to retail and service management in Canada, they focus on funding and supporting retail sector research, sponsoring innovation that will bring greater efficiency and open new opportunities for retailers, as well as offer executive education programs.
The David Sobey Centre researchers come from various disciplines within the business school as well as other areas such as engineering, psychology, computing and geography. They work with retailers on research projects, case studies, hackathons, innovation projects and consulting projects. Graduate and undergraduate students participate in or contribute to these projects.